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ahead on "cnn sunday morning" which starts right now. >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to this very special edition of cnn "sunday morn." it is january 20th, i'm randi kaye. another glorious shot of the sun rising over the capitol building. >> i'm john berman live on the national mall in washington as we gear up for the 57th presidential inauguration, which is today. today is the official swearing in of president barack obama for a second term as mandated by the constitution. that will happen around 11:55 this morning. >> in a little over an hour from now, vice president joe biden will take his oath of office. we'll, of course, take you there live. all day long cnn will bring you the ceremonies, the concerts, the celebrations and, of course, break down the political and historical context of this very special day. but, first, this morning we want to bring you up to speed on this hostage situation in algeria. this morning, the crisis at a natural gas plant is aapparently over and state department says at least one american man is dead, but we still have so many questions about this,
early to judge. we don't know whether -- the republicans are parading through here at cnn today, they're all saying how hyper partisan he now feels to them. the country doesn't see that. he has a lot of people, as vin will tell you, a lot of people rallying, love what he's doing. >> it's remarkable too, because remember the line that was so memorable that brought -- rocketed barack obama to the forefront of the american consciousness was his 2004 speech at the democratic national convention, that there are no red states no blue states, this is the united states of america. when you think of his inaugural address, there wasn't one line that crystallized or captured the nation. from a republican perspective it would be wonderful to hear some sort of harkening of tone, some kind of outreach or olive branch to the right and unifying the country. >> at that point, remember, there was this huge fiscal crisis he was facing so he won on all this hope, and then he gets into the job and remember, he really started before he started. and he was dealing with that terrible fiscal crisis so his ina
attends tomorrow's public ceremony? i want to go now to cnn's athena jones live from capitol hill. athena, the last few weeks between the president and republicans has been pretty bad. what will the crowd look like in terms of the gop? will we see any gop? >> reporter: we absolutely will see some, don, you know, the congressional leadership on both sides, republicans and democrats, is planning to attend. we expect more senators from both parties to attend. the real question here is the rank and members of the gop on the house side. you know, it's very difficult to survey them all but we did get a chance to catch up with north carolina republican from raleigh, a very republican area. his name is george holding. he says he is planning to go we note former vice presidential candidate, paul ryan, has said he sees that as his obligation to go. of course, i mentioned the leadership, folks like speaker boehner and minority leader mitch mcconnell, they will all be there. let's listen to what republican senator from wyoming, john bar ras, so he told candy this morning about how he is coming. >> as
turned to the incoming president, zachary taylor. >> reporter: without twitter, facebook or cnn, news of emergencies travelled a lot slower in 1849. so there was no reason to explore the power vacuum at the time. in fact, atchison slept most of the day, tuckered out bay lot of last-minute business in the senate, some things never change. still, some of atchison's friends reportedly could not resist. >> that night, some of his colleagues in the senate woke him up in the middle of the night to ask him to appoint them the secretary of state and other members of the cabinet. >> all in good fun, it seems, but out in kansas they've got their story and are sticking to it even in you're not a believer in the legend of the 24-hour president of atchison. today of all days you should think of his legacy. >> that's the reason that president obama isn't taking any chances and is being sworn in on the day of his inauguration. >>> indeed. president obama has been sworn in for his second term and apparently the story of david rice atchison is history that will never repeat itself. i'm candy crowley o
will attend a candlelight reception at the national building museum. so make sure you stay tuned for that. cnn will cover that for you. >>> talk more about the red, white and blue ball it kicks off at the warner theater in washington next hour. the party is in honor of our nation's soldiers and lots of military families are expected to be there. our brooke baldwin is there, too. brooke, washington is in party mode this weekend. what's the mood like there at the warner center? >> reporter: hey, don. good to talk to you. yeah, the mood, not quite festive yet. we are still a little early. doesn't kick off for another couple hours, we are standing in front of the warner theater, as you point out, i got my red on, the heroes red, white and blue ball. inside, this whole thing is put on by this group called citizens helping heroes or chh. these guys got together in 2003, military vet trans, one's republican, swann democrat and in perfect d.c. fashion in a bipartisan way, they said they wanted to come together and help our men and women in uniform. so tonight, let's talk about the party. we will have
day long, cnn will bring you the ceremonies, the concerts, the celebrations and, of course, the political and the historical context of the day. first, we want to bring you up to date now on the hostage situation that is happening in alger algeria. the crisis is all over this morning, but so many questions, including how many people are still missing. here's what we do know at this hour. it launched a second assault yesterday that ended the standoff after three days. the interior ministry almost 700 hostages have been freed, as long with foreigners at least 23 hostages are dead, including three british citizens and so are dozens of islamic militants. i'm joined by our pentagon correspondent barbara starr. first of all, are any americans missing and what is washington saying at this point? >> good morning, randi. this violent and unstable situation over, but the u.s. is still trying to determine what happened. now, according to the state department. one american man, one american citizen is dead. six other american hostages were freed and it is believed there are still a sma
or cnn news of emergencies traveled a lot slower in 1849, so no reason to explore the power vacuum at the time. he slept most of the day tuckered out by a lot of last-minute business in the senate. some things never change. still, some of his friends could not resist. >> apparently, that night some of his colleagues in the senate woke him up in the middle of the night to ask him to appoint him as a member of the cabinet. >> reporter: out in kansas they have their story and they're sticking to it. even if you're not a believer in the presidential term of david rice atchison today, of all days, you should think of his legacy. >>> apparently, the story is history that will never repeat itself. thank you so much for watching "state of the union" i'm candy crowley in on the national mall in washington. head to cnn.com/sotu for analysis and extras. if you missed any part of today's show, find us on itunes, just search state of the union. cnn's coverage of president obama's inauguration continues now with my colleagues, gloria borger and john king. >> thank you, candy. good morning from t
of the union" i'm candy crowley in on the national mall in washington. head to cnn.com/sotu for analysis and extras. if you missed any part of today's show, find us on itunes, just search state of the union. cnn's coverage of president obama's inauguration continues now with my colleagues, gloria borger and john king. >> thank you, candy. good morning from the national mall. welcome to cnn's continuing coverage. our special coverage of the 2013 inauguration of president barack obama. if you tuned in to watch fareed zakaria, they have the weekend off. he'll be back at his regular time next week. gloria, not a crowd behind us. little crowd behind us. the crowd will be here tomorrow for the ceremony, but today is really the day that matters if you read the constitution. >> that's right. today is the day the vice president was sworn in earlier today and the president gets sworn in just before noon and what a great seat we have, john, smack dab in the middle of the mall and, as you said, last night we had some crowds here. today it's a little bit early, i think. >> the smart people in washing
to the national mall right now. cnn's anderson cooper is standing by. anderson? >> wolf, thanks very much. it is a glorious day out here. hundreds of thousands of people are expected to gather here tomorrow for the public inauguration ceremony. we, of course, will bring all of that to you live. president obama will take his place on stage in front of the capital and take the oath of office, again, and deliver his inaugural address. only minutes left to go in president obama's first term. we have a new snapshot of the way americans view the country right now. john king is here with his magic wall. what do you see? >> as the president prepares to take that oath, are the american people with him as he heads into a second term? how do they feel about this? our brand-new poll shows this, people think things are going well in the country. 51% say badly. you see a divided country here and you think, wow, that is not a bad number for the president. when he took office, remember the finance crisis. as the president takes his oath for the second term. this is the high water mark. haf of americans t
for the president, join us in the conversation online on #obamamemo on twitter or cnn.com/fareed. you can see our regular show on sundays at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. eastern. thank you for watching. >>> the toughest issues facing america, job, gun, health care, immigration, climate change and more. frankly, can both sides agree on anything? i'll talk to obama's campaign co-chair. >> we want stuff done. we want solutions. we don't need perfection. we need progress. >> we'll talk about his legacy. >> i think he can learn from the past and he's try to do that. >> and what obama needs to do for america. >> he's swinging big. swinging for the fences. >> second-term presidencies have been filled with misspent political capital. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. america has great expectations for president obama and at the same time the country is divided on issues important to everyone. what will his agenda look like in the next four years? tonight we're going to find out with top advisers and experts. let's get started. joining me now is massachusetts's governor, president obama's c
analysis from our cnn political analyst, david gergen. he is here on the national mall with me. and analyst jeffrey toobin. the oath he takes, jeffrey, is different than the presidential oath? >> it is much longer around has none of the eloquence and grandeur of the very brief presidential oath, which is mandated in the constitution. >> explain why? >> only 35 words. >> the presidential oath. >> the presidential oath there is no vice presidential oath called for in the constitution. what the -- but long in the late 1880s decide there had should be a vice presidential oath, too, but maybe this is a lesson about congress. congress made it much longer, more complicated. no one would even attempt to memorize the vice presidential oath. so john paul steven, who administered the oath four years ago, add card and i'm sure sonia sotomayor will have a card to read it to the vice president. >> you worked for four presidents, david gergen, so take us a little bit inside this vice presidential ceremony we are about to see. for joe biden, who spent a lifetime in politics, eventually becoming the vice pr
recently that cnn took and the question was do you hope that president obama's mollcies will fail? republicans, 52% said yes. independents, 28% said yes, democrats 4%. so 52% of republicans in this poll said they hope president obama's policies will fail. >> there is a difference between policies and the person. the president, to me, has -- really has a big problem with spending. he is addicted to spending and those are policies that will hurt our country long term. we need to focus on getting people back to work, focus on jobs, the economy, the debt and the spending. that's what will improve the quality of life for american families and for hard-working taxpayers. people feel they want to get value for their tax dollars and they are not getting it now, candy. >> might be a distinction without much difference though people saying i want him to fail and you are saying it is policies, i don't like his policies and if they go in place you certainly you don't want those poll cities to feel. >> this is a time of divided government. we have re-elected majority leadership in the house an
covered since i have been at cnn. palpable, i think, anticipation in the air about what kind of barack obama we're going to see now that perhaps the shackles are off in the sense that he doesn't have to worry about being re-elected. he's got four years left and it's an opportunity for him to really go for it. >> well, i think we're going to see a president with a new level and a new kind of resolve as we did through the campaign. i think we're going to see some of the things we heard about already in terms of immigration reform and new moves around gun safety. i think we'll see some progress on the peacekeeping around the world, and we will see an emphasis on economic growth, which is absolutely key. >> now, he's obviously facing big, tough challenges certainly economically, and also with the republicans who still hold the house. it's a fine line, isn't it? he's already shown a sign since he got re-elected he's not going to take any nonsense from the republicans and he's being pretty tough on them. but that's not necessarily going to help him get stuff done. it may, if anything, make t
at this in more about how to run things during your second term in office, our political pundits cnn contributors margaret hoover and paul begala. margaret, you were in the bush white house between the first term and second term. how conscious were they then to legacy, to how to avoid the problems that ultimately did pop up in the second it term? >> there weren't problems in bush's second term like in reag reagan's or clinton's or nixon's by comparison. the problem was maybe a question of misspent political capital, the handling of katrina was terrible and that did impede his ability to get legislative success through. but i think very conscious, especially of the second inaugural address and contents of it. when you go back and read second inaugural addresses that one does stand out as one that captured a moment and captured a vision that the president had for the country at that time. remember, this is the first address since 9/11 to the country as inaugural address since 9/11 and captured what we all refer to as the freedom agenda. that was the bush doctrindoctri. it captured that moment the w
part of his american journey. tom foreman, c-n-n, washington. >> hundreds of thousands of people will be able to witness the event. but they won't be able to share the event as easily as they would hope. >> it looks like it is going to be a bit more mild than it was four years ago. partly to mostly cloudy skies with a few late shower possibilities. clear skies and relatively mild. 50s. has to go through tonight and after midnight temperatures will be dropping into the 30's. 20's. the coolest spot will be in the inland valleys. patchy fog in the north bay. sunny through the day as temperatures are warm to start out. 20's and 30's but as recall for the late morning we will see 60s in most locations. '70s and how long this nice weather will stick around >> san francisco, san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi and his wife eliana lopez are being sued by their neighbors. ivory madison andclaim mirkarimd lopez accused them of lying to police. they also charge mirkarimi and lopez of being part of a political conspiracy to make money. the accusations came after lopez confided in madison ab
. earlier this week, the subject caused an interesting exchange between press secretary jay carny and cnn jessica. >> i know you cahafe at the president is not very fond of work going up there and being co-factor. >> there is a such a long history of presidents going up there. >> well, oh, say they have people. >> i think that is a television program. go ahead. over our heads. >> west wing you know. anyway, go ahead. some may wonder if the media might be turnog the obama administration . snorks not a chance. where else are they going to go? the media may get testy with the president in his second term. they are beginning to believe at times there is not the transparency and we were all promised. but if you think that the main streamm media is suddenlyy become honest and objective critic of this administration, then please contact me. i have magnificent ocean front property in missouri i would love to sell you. the president is anything to be enaugusterated for second term. his motorcade will include one limo with a license play. taxation without representation . the slogan was endorsed an
between cnn, fox, and msnbc, partly because i want to hear what's happening and also because i want to hear how they're spinning it, what their views are. probably by the time i get home atneath i already know the major stories because i'm getting e-mail blogs from friends or i'm connected to various web sites that will present breaking news as it comes. i will turn my view -- my views tend to be on the more progressive side so i'll reading thises like slate or the huffington post. what i think i do, even if i try to separate the parts i do because i'm an academic, and that i do as a citizen -- is kind of what we suggest in the book, which i think we need to be news grazers. we need to sample from different sources. i should add in that list the daily show. i'm a regular viewer of the daily show. >> host: what's the important of the daily show in your view? >> guest: i think right now the daily show, and to a somewhat lesser extent the core rather report speak truth to power and do a great job highlighting the important issue office the day and critiqueing both journalist and the po
's name is tom forman and he is an anchor and a reporter at cnn, for example. >> alisyn: well, okay. and brian gives me the segue. you're making it sound a little more hello, god, are you there, it's me, margaret. >> steve: did you read the letter. >> alisyn: i read the first one and how he describes some of the 1400 letters, he wrote one every single day of the president's administration. and he says, they're not as fn letters, but having a conversation and the president invited the american public to communicate with him and tom took him literally. mr. president, congratulations, watches you on the podium surrounded by hundreds of thousands of americans i could not help, but be inspired by the miracle of democracy and greatness of our nation, and a question for ny idea what you've gotten yourself into. i know you're busy today, but call when you can, regards, tom. >> every single letter. all of the letters signed off with call when you can. it's kind of weird na a reporter is writing to the president of the united states and expecting a call. >> yeah. >> but maybe, tom, after the
cnn's coverage of the 2013 inauguration. as barack obama starts his second term what does he need to do to mend fences with republicans in washington, d.c.? >> we will put that question to ari fleisher, the press secretary to george w. bush in the first term. ari, what does he need do? >> it is a question of genuineness. does he genuinely want to work with republicans, split with democrats on fiscal issues, mostly entitlement related. if he indicates a real willingness to do it i think republicans have to cooperate f he puts up walls and fights, we are in for the same thing we have been through the past few years. >> i think a big deal what the house leadership has done by essentially offering extend the let death limit debate for three months here, it feels like it changes -- let me pose the question, do you think it changes the tenor of this weekend and the tenor of the first few weeks of the president's second term? >> first few weeks. not this weekend it is special and different than the daily politickers this grinding out here. republicans save themselves from themselves. the
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